China is an ancient civilization with a history dating back thousands of years, and National Geographic is unravelling it layer by layer.

Catch "China Revealed" every Saturday (tonight) at 7pm HKT, 6pm BKK/JKT. #ChinaRevealed
Happy Friday! Who else is feeling adventurous today?

Photo by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker)
What REALLY makes a Genius?
Intelligence Quotient or Emotional Quotient? Intelligence or Intellect?
Comment your thoughts below!

Got a brilliant idea? Enter our contest:
Being a #GENIUS doesn't come without its struggles. Premieres Sunday, April 23rd at 7pm HKT/6pm BKK on National Geographic.

*26th April, 8pm PHT
The little-known land of grass roofs in Faroe Islands, Denmark. Photograph by Karine Aigner. #TravelTuesday
What is YOUR brilliant idea? Here's you chance to submit it at:
"I took this shot last summer at Cathedral Provincial Park, BC, Canada. The wind was crazy but my partner and I decided to pitch our tent there anyway - and some friendly mountain goats decided to join us!" - Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker)

Starting from today, check out to keep up with an exclusive Instagram takeover by Johan of @lebackpacker! #NatGeoPeopleAsiaXJohanLolos
Think you've got what it takes to become Asia's second recruit? Cesar’s Recruit: Asia is BACK for a second round! Sign up now on . #Season2
Got a brilliant IDEA that could potentially transform everyday life?
Big or small; weird or wacky, we want to know.

Submit your ideas or inventions to and stand the chance to win an exclusive National Geographic experience!

#EverydayGeniusContest
A captive polar bear in China's Dalian Forest Zoo sits upon concrete painted to resemble snow. Photo by Sheng-Wen Lo.
If he were still alive, he'd be 138 years old today.

Happy birthday, Albert Einstein! #GENIUS
Winner of Nat Geo WILD's Wild To Inspire film competition in 2014, Filipe Deandrade is taking us on an epic journey of wildlife encounters in the US in a brand new WILD digital series.

"Untamed with Filipe DeAndrade" premieres tomorrow, Wednesday, March 15 on youtube.com/playlist?list=PLNxd9fYeqXeb6S4znRUQ99BH_1JMbsZoJ.
Scientist. Rebel. Lover. Target.

Stay tuned for #GENIUS, coming to National Geographic this April.
RIP, Satao II. One of Africa's last Tusker elephants was discovered dead in Tsavo East National Park, likely killed by ivory poachers with poisonous arrows.

One of Africa's Last Great Tusker Elephants Was Killed by Poachers

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Happy International Women's Day! To celebrate, we're kicking off a brand new series dedicated to the inspiring stories of some truly incredible women around the world - starting with Lizzie Velasquez. Catch her story tonight at 9pm PHT/8pm BKK on National Geographic. #WomensDay
Sunset at Lake Wanaka, New Zealand.

Photo by Johan Lolos (@lebackpacker)
First the mysterious oarfish, and now this. Is the famous "hairy blob" that washed up in the Philippines a new species, or something totally different?

Mysterious "Hairy Blob" Washed Up on Philippines Beach

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It's Einstein like you've never known him before. Coming soon to National Geographic. #GENIUS

*26th April, 8pm PHT
Scientists have recently discovered 7 Earth-like planets which may just have the right conditions to host life forms - only 39 light years away.

Seven Alien 'Earths' Found Orbiting Nearby Star

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